SRCD Asian Caucus Awards 2018-2019 Call For Nominations

 

2018-2019 CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

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Dr. Xiaojia Ge Lifetime Achievement Award – To recognize an Asian/Asian-American scholar whose research career spans at least 20 years and who has made distinguished scientific contributions to the field of child development.

Recipients of the Lifetime Achievement Award receive a plaque and a $250 cash award made possible by a generous donation by the Ge Family.

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Outstanding Contribution to Research on Asian/Asian Americans -To recognize a scholar who has made outstanding and unique contributions to research on Asian/Asian American families and children. Anyone can be nominated, but must be a current member of the Asian Caucus to receive the award.

Outstanding Service Award – To recognize an individual or organization who has contributed significant service to Asian/Asian American families and children, Asian Caucus or who has represented the Asian Caucus at SRCD. Anyone can be nominated, but must be a current member of the Asian Caucus to receive the award.

Early Career Award – To recognize a scholar who is less than 10 years post-PhD or equivalent degree (or less than 8 years in an academic faculty position) and who has made important contributions to research on Asian/Asian American families and children. Anyone can be nominated, but must be a current member of the Asian Caucus to receive the award.

Recipients of the Outstanding Contribution, Outstanding Service, and Early Career Awards will receive plaques.

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Outstanding Graduate Student Research Award – To recognize outstanding graduate student- initiated research (dissertation or other) on Asian/Asian American families and children. The independent research must be conducted and completed while enrolled in graduate school. The research, which may be a dissertation project, must have been completed or published in the past two years and can be submitted up to one year after graduation. Anyone can be nominated, but must be a current member of the Asian Caucus to receive the award.

Recipients of the Outstanding Graduate Student Research Award will receive a plaque and a

$500 cash award.

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NOMINATION PROCEDURES

All nominations must be received by December 3nd, 2018. All materials should be sent together in one email to Stephen Chen, Ph.D., Chair of the Awards Committee, at stephen.chen@wellesley.edu

For the Dr. Xiaojia Ge Lifetime Achievement, Outstanding Contribution, Outstanding Service, and Early Career Awards, nomination materials must include a letter of nomination (500-1000 words max), a vitae, and two representative publications. Self-nominations are allowed.

For the Outstanding Graduate Student Research Award, nomination materials must include a letter of nomination (500-1000 words max), a vitae, and either a reprint of the published study or a 10-page summary of the research (if not published). The nomination letter must include a description of the student’s primary and major contributions to the research and the extent to which the research reflects the student’s independent work. The letter also should explain why the research is outstanding and merits the award. Self- nominations are allowed.

 

Past Award Winners

2017 Award Winners

Outstanding Graduate Student Research Award: Yang Hou, M.A.

Early Career Award: Stacy N. Doan, Ph.D.

Outstanding Contribution to Research on Asian/Asian Americans: Su-Yeong Kim, Ph.D.

Xiaojia Ge Lifetime Achievement Award: Xinyin Chen, Ph.D.

2015 Award Winners

Outstanding Graduate Student Research Award: Cecilia Cheung, Ph.D.

Early Career Award: Stephen Chen, Ph. D.

Outstanding Service Award: Vivian Tseng, Ph.D.

Outstanding Contribution to Research on Asian/Asian Americans: Richard Lee, Ph.D.

Xiaojia Ge Lifetime Achievement Award: Chuansheng Chen, Ph.D.

2013 Award Winners

Outstanding Graduate Student Research Award: Christy Leung, Ph.D.

Early Career Award: Desiree Qin, Ed. D.

Outstanding Service Award: Ruth Chao, Ph.D.

Outstanding Contribution to Research on Asian/Asian Americans: Qi Wang, Ph.D.

 

 

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